20.10.2020 | 10:33 AM

Nokia to build world’s first mobile network on the moon

16.10.2020 | 02:39 PM

New eCommerce fashion platform launches in South Africa

14.10.2020 | 11:44 AM

Singapore Airlines is turning its planes into pop-up restaurants

13.10.2020 | 12:40 PM

Africa Arena 2020 set to take place with hybrid in-person and streaming tech conference

13.10.2020 | 11:42 AM

This is how Google in planning to integrate a full shopping experience into YouTube

12.10.2020 | 03:43 PM

adidas’ new Strung shoe is a piece of art on your feet

08.10.2020 | 04:14 PM

YouTube announces Black Voices Fund for South African artists and creators

07.10.2020 | 05:01 PM

How to rethink your digital diet and pull yourself out of a productivity slump

07.10.2020 | 01:08 PM

Google Assistant now more user-friendly for people with disabilities

06.10.2020 | 04:47 PM

Why robots should grow and develop like babies

05.10.2020 | 08:35 PM

DNA Brand Architects named as one of Top 100 fastest growing agencies in the world

05.10.2020 | 02:24 PM

5 ways to achieve neurodiversity in the workplace

05.10.2020 | 11:51 AM

Third edition of Fast Company SA digimag: Most Creative People in Business

01.10.2020 | 01:18 PM

How 3D-printing creates body parts on-demand

01.10.2020 | 12:26 PM

Google’s new 5G phone gets a transformation – but not the kind you would expect

28.09.2020 | 11:33 PM

3 ways to effectively communicate your potential in a job interview

28.09.2020 | 08:30 PM

Apple to release iPhone 12 in South Korea sooner than planned

28.09.2020 | 04:49 PM

8 ways to speed up your Chrome browser

28.09.2020 | 10:46 AM

The Infonomist: It’s time for Africa to eat from big tech’s pie

25.09.2020 | 12:50 PM

These carbon-negative, ocean-degradable straws and forks are made from greenhouse gases

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The essential nonprofit fundraising guide for the rest of 2020

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Burger King designs new “touchless” restaurant for Covid-19 era

Ask any fast food company, from KFC to McDonald’s, and they will tell you: COVID-19 accelerated everything. While these restaurants knew that drive-throughs and delivery services had been growing, and that digital apps were essential to […]

Here’s why Nestlé is buying a peanut-allergy company for $2.6B

Nestlé is shelling out an estimated U$2.6 billion to buy a biopharmaceutical company best known for its peanut-allergy treatment. Aimmune Therapeutics’ Palforzia is the first and only Food and Drug Administration-approved “treatment to help reduce […]

Merge app brings a new hope for SA as the new ‘it’ platform for entrepreneurs and investors

Business partners Zander Matthee and Brandon Bate are inventors of the innovative Merge app. Now one of South Africa’s leading web-based platforms for entrepreneurs and investors to meet online, the app aims to create a more robust […]

The Future of eSports in a COVID World

Inside the video-game giant’s reinvention of its esports strategy to be more surprising, more inclusive, and more like TV.

How being a perfectionist can actually hinder your progress

I can admit it—I’m a recovering perfectionist. By this I mean, my way of reacting to uncertainty often involves trying to execute everything flawlessly—to be everywhere and available to everyone, sometimes to my own detriment. […]

Amazon gears up for back-to-office work

Thanks to the pandemic, an increasing number of companies are adopting remote working as a viable option for many of its employees. Matter of fact, pundits have been quick to say the “work from home” era is […]

Remote work is changing the way we measure productivity

In March 2020, the largest “work-from-home” experiment in history began. The moment entire companies moved their workforces remote, business owners and employees alike both started to realise new realities about their jobs. For years, people […]

This new Starbucks is more like a co-working space environment

The default cup for a Starbucks coffee—whether you order a tall or venti, cappuccino or the dreaded pumpkin spice latte—is a paper to-go cup. That’s because Starbucks really wants all those coffee lovers to head […]

Latest digital edition of Fast Company (SA) is out

Amid all the negative and depressing developments around the world, there are still reasons to be hopeful. In this second edition of Fast Company (SA) digital magazine we would like to refocus the attention of […]

Brand South Africa Statement to Allegations of Corruption

SPONSORED CONTENT Brand South Africa is aware of allegations muted by the former CEO, Dr Kingsley Makhubela, against Brand South Africa, through an article on the City Press, Sunday 9 August 2020, titled “Damning Account […]

You can still get hired during tough economic times

Unemployment is at an all-time high and right now, it’s harder to get hired than years and decades past. But all hope is not lost. There are ways to get noticed and separate yourself, and to get […]

We need more successful Tech Startups founded by Women

There’s no shortage of programmes that are aimed at addressing the shortage of women in the technology industry. Despite the skills development interventions the number of successful women technology startup founders is very limited. Clearly, […]

Why African tech start-ups should worry about big tech

If there was ever a doubt about the abuse of power by big tech companies, their appearance in front of the US Congress has ended such doubts about the abusive nature of these companies. Revelations […]

Dyson releases more free science experiments for kids in quarantine

We’re about 10,000 months into quarantine at this point, and as a parent, I’ll be honest: That clever, optimistic, “activity dad” in my house retired on week two. Don’t you dare look in my cabinets; […]

Why the world needs more Leonardo Da Vincis

Growth-minded leaders at all levels of a company should adopt a learning growth mindset, just like the famous polymath.

The curious case of banning Chinese Tech companies (Huawei and soon Tik Tok)

Is there a need for a global neutral body to govern the behaviour of global technology companies? The unequal treatment of tech global companies highlights the need for a neutral oversight body. US tech firms, […]

Why now is the perfect time for South Africans to start a side hustle

The Covid-19 pandemic has devastated lives, leaving an explosion of unemployment, loss of income and jobs in its wake. The collapse of organisations and the shaking foundations of the economy have placed South Africans and […]

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